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February 8, 2011 12:00 AM

Mayor pro tem Stephen Buxbaum will seek the job

OLYMPIA - Mayor Pro Tem Stephen Buxbaum announced Monday afternoon that he will run for mayor. Buxbaum, 55, was elected to the Olympia City Council in 2009 and was named mayor pro tem in 2010. In that position, he acts as deputy mayor, representing the city at some local events and chairing council meetings in Mayor Doug Mah's absence.

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